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Jesse C. Brown

Associate

Denver Office
303.825.7016

Education 

J.D., University of Colorado Law School, 2017
B.A., cum laude, Trinity University, 2014

Bar and Court Admissions

Colorado

 

Jesse C. Brown

Jesse Brown focuses on the transaction side of infrastructure and development projects and frequently works with public agencies on financing.  He serves as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, and underwriter’s counsel on transactions involving the issuance of a variety of debt instruments.  He also has experience with Title 32 matters.  Prior to joining the Firm, Jesse worked at a national law firm in their public finance sector.

Representative Experience

National Western Center “Triangle”, Denver, Colorado
Representing the City of Denver’s Performance Based Infrastructure (PBI) P3 Office and the Office of the National Western Center on the structuring and procurement of the 62-acre “Triangle” DBFOM P3 project, which will include the construction of a 10,000-seat arena, an expo hall, renovation of a historic 1909 building into a public market and community center, and significant structured parking assets.  The project is likely to be structured as a hybrid availability payment and market rate real estate development revenue-risk P3.  The “Triangle” is part of the City’s larger expansion and redevelopment of the National Western Stock Show into a new, 270-acre, state-of-the art multipurpose campus.

Prior to joining the Firm, Jesse:

  • Served as bond, disclosure, and underwriter’s counsel in more than $550 million in tax-exempt municipal financings, including general obligation bond issuances and revenue-backed transactions
  • Represented Title 32 special districts to finance residential, commercial, and mixed-use development projects throughout Colorado
  • Drafted offering documents, indentures of trust, bond purchase agreements, pledge agreements, and opinions
  • Advised underwriter’s and special district counsel on Title 32 and TABOR matters
  • Prepared disclosure agreements and reviewed client compliance with continuing disclosure requirements

Professional and Civic Activities / Awards

  • Mentor, Law School Yes Can (2018–Present)
  • Member, Sam Cary Bar Association (2015–Present)
  • Recipient, Don W. Sears Scholarship

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Education 

J.D., University of Colorado Law School, 2017
B.A., cum laude, Trinity University, 2014

Bar and Court Admissions

Colorado